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JLRoutes - URL routing library for iOS with a simple block-based API

  •    Objective-C

JLRoutes is a URL routing library with a simple block-based API. It is designed to make it very easy to handle complex URL schemes in your application with minimal code. JLRoutes is available for installation using CocoaPods or Carthage (add github "joeldev/JLRoutes" to your Cartfile).

Appz - 📱 Launch external apps, and deeplink, with ease using Swift! .. http://kitz.io

  •    Swift

Web Fallback Support: In case the app can't open the external application, it will fall-back to a web URL that is guaranteed to succeed by opening the browser. Isolated App Specs: It was crucial to make sure the library can scale as the number of supported apps increase. Therefor, each supported app is implemented in isolation in a separate file.

Silverlight Deep Linking with error handling

  •    Silverlight

This project demonstrates Silverlight Deep Linking with error handling.

react-native-branch-deep-linking - NPM module for integrating Branch deep linking with React Native apps

  •    Objective-C

This is a repository of our open source React Native SDK. The information presented here serves as a reference manual for the SDK. See the table of contents below for a complete list of the content featured in this document. Note that the react-native-branch module requires react-native >= 0.40.

ReactNativeDeepLinkingExample - Example of deep linking implementation using React Native Router Flux

  •    Javascript

Example application which shows how to implement deep links with React Native Router Flux. It was developed as an example application for my article Deep Linking with React Native.


  •    Javascript

Component that installs a specific app by determining whether an app is installed on mobile devices. More examples can be found on the left sidebar of each example page, and have fun with it.

fastlane-plugin-branch - Fastlane plugin to support Branch SDK integration and iOS Universal Link validation

  •    Ruby

Use this Fastlane plugin to set up your Xcode project configuration correctly to use the Branch SDK. It can also validate the Universal Link configuration in any Xcode project, for Branch domains as well as non-Branch domains. Unlike web-based Universal Link validators, the validate_universal_links action operates directly on your project. There is no need to look up your team identifier or any other information. The validator requires no input at all for simple projects. It supports both signed and unsigned apple-app-site-association files. Also see the Branch CLI, which supports the same operations without Fastlane.

OpenLinkWith - Open the current webpage you have in another app. Magic!

  •    Java

Did it ever happen to you? You click a link (let's say Youtube link) and the system does not ask you anything and opens the link in the browser. And you are stuck in Youtube webview instead of watching the video in the native app. There are 2 options for you. You either watch the video in the web or you remember the name of the video and search it in the app. Well, not anymore.

react-native-deep-link - React Native deep linking library (Android+iOS).

  •    Javascript

This package allows you to handle deep links in React Native applications. The package can be added to your project irrespective of what solution you are using for navigation, what state management library you decided to use. I will try to provide some examples below just to show why you may need this package. If you are using react-navigation, you should know that it supports deep linking out of the box, but sometimes this solution does not meet your needs well.

OpenerManifest - Set of rules powering Opener for iOS

  •    Python

Opener is an app for iOS that allows people to open web links in native apps instead. It does so by transforming web links within an engine powered by a rule set. This repo is the public version of that rule set. There are four main entities (apps, actions, formats, and browsers) under three top level keys (apps, actions, and browsers) that define a many-to-many relationship between web URLs and the apps they can be opened in.


  •    Javascript

Component that installs a specific app by determining whether an app is installed on mobile devices. TOAST UI AppLoader applies Google Analytics (GA) to collect statistics on the use of open source, in order to identify how widely TOAST UI AppLoader is used throughout the world. It also serves as important index to determine the future course of projects. location.hostname (e.g. > “ui.toast.com") is to be collected and the sole purpose is nothing but to measure statistics on the usage. To disable GA, use the following usageStatistics options when creating the instance.

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